Why Test With STDAlert.com?
What are the benefits of getting tested for STDs?
Early Detection is the key to fast, effective treatment for most STDs. In fact, some STDs, like Gonorrhea and Chlamydia, can be completely cured if the infection is detected in its early stages.
Getting yourself or your partner tested can help prevent the spread of STDs. We even offer special discounts for couples. Call us at 1.800.704.6159 for details.
How many tests are there?
We are the only company that offers a complete 10-panel testing package which includes Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Herpes I and Herpes II, HIV I and HIV II, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and Syphilis.
If you are worried about recent exposure, we offer a special HIV RNA test that can detect HIV I in as early as 9 days.
Remember, being at risk to one STD may put you and your partner at risk to ALL STDs, which is why we recommend our comprehensive 10-panel test package.
How convenient is the testing process?
You can place your order online now and visit the testing center to in as little as 15 minutes.
The whole testing process is designed to be quick and easy. There is no other FDA approved testing service that is more convenient than ours.
Is this private?
We go well above and beyond standard industry practices to provide you with the utmost privacy and confidentiality. Your results will not be put into your permanent medical file or be sent to any insurance company. We will also NEVER release your billing information to any third parties.
Confidentiality is our number one priority. At STDAlert.com, we follow the same privacy laws as physicians do. We are required to abide by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Will everyone at the Lab Center know what I'm getting tested for?
No. Our service was designed with your privacy in mind. The lab centers test for many other diseases, not just STDs. No one will know the specific diseases that you are being tested for.
The lab centers are designed to be comfortable and private. There is no waiting area. You walk in, give your blood/urine samples, and walk out in usually less than 5 minutes.